“What’s wrong with Monica?”
“To prevent blustery fall breezes from blowing her hair in every imaginable direction she plastered her tresses with super-sticky gels. Her hair could not be tousled. As a result, when a strong wind moved her hair en masse, her head turned at the same time. Whiplash.”
John H. Dromey has a short story in Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #32.